Garden design and architects' gardens; two reviews, illustrated, to show, by actual examples from British gardens, that clipping and aligning trees to make them 'harmonise' with architecture is barbarous, needless, and inartistic
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The books reviewed are: The formal garden in England, by Reginald Blomfield and F. Inigo Thomas, London, 1892; and Garden-craft, old and new, by John D. Sedding, London, 1891